SHORT RECOVERY TESTIMONIES
Ashley was in and out of Jail for many years. He is has been clean for over 6 years, and continues to help other men and women in recovery. He is a Director of another Transformation Program. He also is a carpenter and often goes and helps other third world countries rebuild towns.
Partying and heartbroken Demmi was lost in her addiction. Demmi has been clean for over three years. She is now living in Melbourne working as a Youth Worker.
Michael was in and out of mental wards because of his drug use. He was a graduate of Bayside Transformations in 2013, is now working in Townsville and has completed his counselling diploma. He is now working helping others.
Amy is an aboriginal woman; she lost everything through her drug use. She graduated Bayside Transformation. She became a House Supervisor and helped other women in the program for over 12 months. She ended up working in the community sector for a season. She has been clean for over 4 years. She is a new mum and enjoying life with her new family.
Andy was unable to give up pot, he was depressed and without hope. He nearly lost his family from his lifestlye. Andy completed the program in 2015, has been working as a manager of a business. His wife and children have been restored back to a healthy life with Andy.
“Daniel, who was achieving his goals of becoming a national swimmer nearly lost his career through his drug use, and has been drug free for over 5 years. After doing our program, he was chosen for the swimming team in the 2016 Olympics.
Ciaran who completed Bayside Transformation program in 2015 is now working in a Community Service Organisation. He has brought his own home. He is married and ready to start a family. Ciaran loves to help others.
Jess' s drug use started through partying. Her self esteem, shame and guilt was at its all time low when she first arrived at Bayside Transformations. She found self worth, forgiveness, confidence and invited her values back into her life. She finished her program in 2019, and is currently a Resident Leader overseeing the girls house in recovery. She is a qualified Nurse and looking forward to getting back to her career.
According to police, family and community services, Jacob was heading for a life in jail. But a court intervention ordered him to a rehab. He was only 19 when he finished Bayside Transformation's program and he is now a Resident Leader helping others. He is back functioning healthily with his family, and is currently studying his diploma in Community Services. He has been clean for over two years clean.
Josh is proud of his aboriginal heritage. He graduated the program in late 2018. He stayed on as a House Supervisor and he is now employed by Bayside Transformations as a Program Coordinator. Josh has recently married and brought his family a new home. Josh loves helping people. He is a great asset to Bayside Transformations.